For most kids, Christmas means lots of new toys. As parents, we find it very frustrating when we see these brand new toys just lying there. And to top it all off – the kids are whining and complaining that they’re bored! Here are 6 common mistakes that parents make […]

Baby Fighting Sleep “Baby fighting sleep” is a description often given by parents who haven’t gotten enough sleep because they were up most of the night with a crying baby. Usually “baby fighting sleep” means simply that a baby is having a hard time going to sleep. What you need […]

Baby thrush is a yeast infection, and a fairly common one. It is generally observed in the mouth of the baby, and is the result of an imbalance of fungi which are naturally present in the body. Baby thrush is a form of Candida infection, which also can affect adults. […]

There are many facts about babies in their first year of life that are both fascinating, entertaining, and educational. The truly amazing facts about babies however may just be those dealing with a baby from the time it is conceived until immediately following its birth. Here is a collection of […]

Lately, when you come home from school, we sit at the kitchen table and work on your ‘homework’. It amazes me that you are so excited to come home and work in your workbook. But I love it, and I want to encourage your love of learning. It probably helps […]

Baby shampoo was never an issue for me. I just used the usual tear-free one you can buy at any supermarket or drug store. It wasn’t until I read something online, that I began to think about what ingredients were inside. What chemicals am I using on my newborn’s skin? […]

I was adjusted at birth. My father made sure that after the traumatic experience of being pushed through the birth canal, that my spine and nervous system were operating at peak efficiency. I was lucky: my longest labour was 12 hours. That was with my first baby. The longest I […]

Parenting is hard. No doubt about that. But do you have what it takes to be a good parent? It takes selflessness and sacrifice. Being a parent means that there are others’ needs which are more important than yours. Their needs must be met, because they are dependent on you […]